Brady Quinn has a job once again. After being released from the Seattle Seahawks before the start of the season, Quinn has been signed by the St. Louis Rams as they look to bolster their depth under center moving forward.
Starting quarterback Sam Bradford went down last week against the Carolina Panthers with a torn ACL, so the team needs to find a signal-caller that is capable of stepping up as the new No. 1.
Quinn will serve as the back up to Kellen Clemens moving forward, but he could find himself with another starting opportunity if Clemens struggles and the team is left looking for more at the position.
On top of adding Quinn, the Rams have also signed Austin Davis. Expect Quinn to be the No. 2 quarterback, with Davis occupying the No. 3 slot.
That gives the Rams three quarterbacks now on the depth chart as they look to turn things around. The team has plenty of weapons on offense, but they need a healthy quarterback to get them the ball.